The Physics Department at Gonzaga University invites applications for a one-year full-time, non tenure-track Lecturer-IR or Lecturer-AT position to teach introductory physics lecture and lab courses for science majors, beginning in fall of 2017.
Required Qualifications: MS in Physics or a related field; at least one year of teaching experience, which may include teaching assistant work; evidence of desire to teach at the college/university level; and a commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching.Desired Qualification: Ph.D. in Physics by August 1, 2017.
To apply or view the complete position description, please visit our website at: www.gonzaga.edu/jobs . Applicants must complete an online. Inquiries can be directed to Dr. Jeff Bierman, Chair, Department of Physics, firstname.lastname@example.org. Position closes on March 17, 2017, midnight, PDT. For assistance with your online application, call 509.313.5996.
Gonzaga University is a Jesuit, Catholic, humanistic institution, and is therefore interested in candidates who will contribute to its distinctive mission. Gonzaga University is a committed EEO/AA employer and diversity candidates are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their disability status and/or protected veteran status.
Additional Salary Information: Lecturer-IR rank (approx. salary $49,000) generally applies to faculty without a PhD. Lecturer-AT rank (approx. salary $62,000) generally applies to faculty with a PhD.
Gonzaga University is a Jesuit, Catholic, humanistic institution. The physics department offers undergraduate courses for non-science majors, introductory physics courses for science majors, and upper division courses for physics majors and minors. The department currently has 12 full time faculty members.
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